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December 2020, Vol. LXXXVII, Number 10

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Letters to the Editor: December 2020

Pandora’s Rebellion Box... The Cadillac of Religions... That Was Then... Voices Crying on the Outside... Darwinist Materialism & the Creator God

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The News You May Have Missed: December 2020

Run, Baby, Run... Surprise! You’re Dead... The Black Death... Make Me Famous... Christmas Classic... A Mask by Any Other Name... Follow the Science, They Say... and more

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What Makes the Catholic Mind Unique?

THE SCANDAL OF THE PARTICULAR

By David Vincent Meconi

The Catholic world is an enchanted world, filled with theophanies of a God who longs to be our All in all.

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Re-emergence in a Surprising Field

REBIRTH OF AMERICA’S SPIRITUAL PSYCHOLOGY — PART II

By Lewis M. Andrews

The mental-health professions in recent years have changed their opinion of religion and now regard faith as a reliable predictor of well-being.

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Why Conservative Justices Run Interference for Liberal Causes

THE CONSTITUTIONAL FLAW IN THE CONSERVATIVE MIND

By Edwin Dyga

The conservative disposition, forever disinclined to learn from the Left's successful strategies, is handicapped in the culture war.

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Love on Trial

NEW OXFORD NOTEBOOK

By Pieter Vree

In contorting its theology to conform to the broader culture, the Episcopal Church courts calamity. For the culture has no real use for a Christianity remade in its image.

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On Generativity

GUEST COLUMN

By Richard B. Corradi

True generativity is forged out of life experiences that foster a sense of comfort with who one is and has become.

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Gulliver’s Travels. By Jonathan Swift.

LITERATURE MATTERS

By Michael S. Rose

Swift’s struldbrugs inspire consideration of the abiding human passion to prolong life indefinitely. But by losing our mortality, do we also lose our humanity?

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The Presence of the Chaotic One in Times of Disorder

By Gerard T. Mundy

God equipped man with the ability to see and understand the Devil based on his effects in the material world and through his material manifestations.

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Last Things

By David Mills

It baffles me that self-consciously orthodox Catholics so blithely accuse Pope Francis of heresy. Catholic claims about the papacy, however qualified, are a high-wire act.

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